2020-21 Programme

**All events will take place on MS Teams. To attend any of the events listed below, please contact the Director via jmfb@st-andrews.ac.uk to be sent the link.**

Autumn semester

29 September 2021, 1.05-1.50 pm. Salon talk – Cameron Houston (Medieval History)
‘Folcuin of St-Bertin and the Origins of the Cartulary in West Francia/France’

13 October 2021, 1.05-1.50pm. Salon talk – Julia Prest (Modern Languages, French)
Writing Enslaved People into the (Hi)story of Public Theatre in Colonial Saint-Domingue’

20 October 2021, 4pm. Biannual Seminar – Jay Rubenstein (University of Southern California)
‘Alexander the Minorite’s Commentary on the Apocalypse: Reassessing the First Crusade 150 Years Later’
Chair: Dr Justine Firnhaber-Baker

10 November 2021, 1.05-1.50pm. Salon talk – Natalie Adamson (Art History)
‘Leopold Sédar Senghor and Pierre Soulages talk rhythm in Paris, c.1956-60’

24 November 2021, 1.05-1.50pm. Salon talk – Andy Williams (International Relations)
‘Mapping the French Relationship with the Anglo-Saxons in the Twentieth Century’

The Centre organises and hosts a wide range of conferences, workshops and other gatherings, to foster and support research into the history and culture of France and the Francophone world. Our events include:

WORKSHOPS ~ We regularly organise one or two-day workshops. Click here for further details

SEMINARS ~ Once or twice a year we invite an external speaker to present their research at St Andrews. The full list of speakers is available here

SALONS ~ Lunchtime gatherings at which St Andrews staff and postgraduates present their work informally to colleagues.  Click here for past programmes

If you would like to attend one of our events, or would like to be added to our mailing list, please let us know: cffhc@st-andrews.ac.uk